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      G. and W.B. Whittaker, London 1823 - xvi, 226p, blank. Engraved frontispiece "Meditations Of An Epicure" by William Hughes. Bound in original buff boards, rebacked with new paper spine label. Oxford 151; Cagle 1012 for 1st; Bitting 452 for 1st; Simon BG 1422. Rare.Contents: "On the Advantages of giving Dinners, and the Qualifications and Duties of Amphytrions; with some interesting Particulars of the illustrious Count Zinzendorff", "On Modern Manners; containing Hints to Grown Gentlemen", "On the Theory and Practice of Dinatory Tactics", "On the Nature, the Intent, and the Value of Invitations", "The Fatal Consequences of Pride.", "On Modern Architecture, and the comparative Miseries and Comforts of Dining Rooms", "On the Physical and Political Consequences of Sauces", On the Importance of forming Good Connexions; and on the Moral Qualities of the Stomach", "On Mustard, philosophically considered; and on the use of Garlick as a Perfume", "On Roasting Beef.", ".Family of Hogs", "On Devils", "On Coffee, Liqueurs", "On the Nature and Properties of the Braise.", "On the Philosophy of the Stomach, with Rules for the better Regulation of Appetite and Digestion", "On the Financial Importance of Teeth.", "On Education, and the Application of the Science of Mnemonics; together with some Hints to Travellers, and Public Societies", "On the Qualifications of Cooks -- the Comparative Importance of the Military and Culinary Arts -- and French Cooks: with some Account of the celebrated [Charles Augustus Armand] Watel", "On the Health and the Morals of Cooks -- with some Important Rules for the Conduct of Female Professors", "Twelve Golden Rules for Women-Cooks, to be hung up over every Kitchen Chimney in the Kingdom." Moderate foxing throughout, but quite sound and presentable [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time

      Oxford - Clarendon Press, 1823 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A bright, clean complete set of the 1823edition of Burnet's History of His Own Time. Bound in half-leather and marbled paper-covered boards, with gilt lettering and decoration. With a bookseller's label for 'W. J. Sackett' on the front pastedown. With a nameplate for 'Reginald Thornton' on the front pastedown. Gilbert Burnet, 1643 1715, was a Scottish theologian and historian, and Bishop of Salisbury. He was fluent in Dutch, French, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. Burnet was respected as a cleric, a preacher, and an academic, as well as a writer and historian. He was educated by his father, and at the University of Aberdeen, where he earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy at the age of thirteen. He earned his Doctor of Divinity by eighteen. He travelled England and Europe for several years and in 1665returned to be ordained by the Bishop of Edinburgh. In 1669 he accepted the vacant chair of Divinity at the University of Glasgow. With the unsettled political times, he left the University in 1674 and moved to London. In London, his political and religious sentiments prompted him to support the Whigs. His energetic and bustling character led him to take an active part in the controversies of the time, and he endeavoured to bring about reconciliation between Episcopacy and Presbytery. Burnets later life was marked by Kings favours, religious controversy, and a self-exile which included some time at The Hague, asWilliam IIIs personal chaplain and later a trusted advisor to Queen Mary. As the Dictionary of National Biography tells us, as an author Burnet can be reckoned as one of the most prolific and substantial of his day. In his lifetime he published more than 140 works, ranging from sermons and short polemics to major works of theology, biography, and history. More important, unlike most authors his works were rarely ignored. Condition: The bindings are tight and firm. There is slight wear to the extremities, including slight bumping and rubbing. Internally the pages are bright and generally clean. There are the occasional spots, that are most prominent on the first and last few pages. There is an ink stamp on the front blank, and an ink signature on the title page, of each volume. Overall the condition is very good..

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        Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery; including researches and discoveries on the east coast of West Greenland made in the summer of 1822, in the ship Baffin of Liverpool

      Edinburgh: Archibald Constable & Co Ltd. 1823. Octavo Size. Good++ condition. Half leather, marbled boards, title patch to top of spine. Bookplate to front paste-down. Leather lightly rubbed at edges and corners. Rear board has a small chip to leading edge. Plate 1 - the general map, is a copy (sympathetically copied) tipped in as original plate torn out. All other maps/plates are present and original. Some foxing throughout. A very clean, tight copy of this important work. 472 pages An account of a voyage in which several weeks were spent in whaling and in the exploration of the Scoresby Sound region, in a search for Eskimo settlements and in quest of magnetic and other scientific observations. . 1st Edition. Hardback.

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        The Life of Samuel Johnson - Four Volumes, Extra Illustrated

      J.Richardson and Co. G.Offor et al, London 1823 - An account of his studies and numerous works in chronological order; a series of his epistolary correspondence and conversations with many eminent persons; and various original pieces of his composition never before published: the whole exhibiting a view of literature and literary men in Great Britain for nearly half a century during which he flourished. An extra illustrated version in four volumes bound by Baytun of Bath. Dark green goatskin with spines uniformly faded, never-the-less still a fine set and scarce in this form. 220x135mm [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery; including Researches and Discoveries on the eastern Coast of West Greenland, made in the summer of 1822, in the ship Baffin of Liverpool

      Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co, 1823 - First edition. 8vo. 2 folding maps, 2 folding plates and 4 others. xlii, 472 pp. Recent half green morocco and boards. Maps and plates backed with cloth. Leaf A1 crudely repaired at gutter and along edges, occasional traces of smoke in margins. A very good copy. Arctic Bib 15614; Jenkins p. 144; Serbin 78171.1; Hill, p. 566 (& see p. 270); Sabin 78171 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery; including researches and discoveries on the east coast of West Greenland made in the summer of 1822, in the ship Baffin of Liverpool

      Archibald Constable & Co Ltd, Edinburgh 1823 - Octavo Size. Good++ condition. Half leather, marbled boards, title patch to top of spine. Bookplate to front paste-down. Leather lightly rubbed at edges and corners. Rear board has a small chip to leading edge. Plate 1 - the general map, is a copy (sympathetically copied) tipped in as original plate torn out. All other maps/plates are present and original. Some foxing throughout. A very clean, tight copy of this important work. 472 pages An account of a voyage in which several weeks were spent in whaling and in the exploration of the Scoresby Sound region, in a search for Eskimo settlements and in quest of magnetic and other scientific observations. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adelaide Booksellers (Australia)]
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        Fine bust-length portrait lithograph by Juilen Boilly (1796-1874)

      de Villain [ca 1823], Paris - Cagli & Bucarelli: La Casa di Rossini Catalogo del Museo no. 82. A rare and attractive image. Signed and dated by the artist in the stone, together with an attestation to the fact that the portrait was made from life. Printed in black on a yellow ground. 193 x 165 mm. Margins slightly worn and foxed. In very good condition overall. A fine impression on wove paper. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Geschichte der Luftschwimmkunst, von 1783 bis zu den Wendelsteiner Fallversuchen

      Leipzig, Cnobloch 1823.. Tit., XVIII, SS. (3)-199. Marmorierter Pappband d. Zt. mit rotem Rückenschild. Brug 187 (falsch "1828"); Liebmann/W. 654; v. Sigmundt/N. 296; nicht bei Darmon, Gilhofer u. Maggs. - *Sehr selten.* - "Der Verfasser (1769-1823), welcher verschiedene Lehrer- und Hofmeisterstellen bekleidete, befaßte sich eingehend mit Aeronautik, wobei er z. Tl. ganz moderne Gedanken entwickelte u. erfolgreiche Versuche, auch mit Fallschirmen, anstellte" (Gilhofer 90). "Von seinen litterarischen Arbeiten auf diesem Gebiet ist dann noch seine [vorliegende] letzte Schrift besonders bemerkenswerth..., in der er eine ausführliche historische Uebersicht der Leistungen auf diesem Gebiet dem Publicum vor Augen führte" (ADB XLIV, 616). Posthum hrsg. v. C. C. G. Keßler. Zachariä gilt übrigens auch als Erfinder des Papierfliegers! - Etwas braunfleckig, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Abrégé de l'Histoire Universelle, ancienne et moderne, à l'usage de la jeunesse.

      - Paris, A la Librairie d'Alexis Eymery, 1823. 23 vol. in-16 de 204, 224, 231, 215, 212, 224, 226, 207, 288, 251, 284, 309, 288, 179, 268, 203, 175, 247, 288, 234, 185, 268, 205 pp.; basane mouchetée, dos lisse orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison de basane marron, tranches marbrées (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition, revue et corrigée; avec cartes dépliantes, gravures et vignettes. Exemplaire bien conservé (manque le dos au tome 21, infimes usures aux reliures, intérieur propre et frais). Manque les tomes 9 et 14. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Voyage a la Terre de Van Diemen, ou, Description historique, geographique et topographique de cette Ile; par G.W. Evans, Arpenteur General de la Colonie. Traduit de l'Anglais, avec une Carte et la vue d'Hobart-Town

      Paris: Au Bureau des Annales des Voyages, Chez Gide Fils. 1823. (Collection de Voyages Modernes: Tome Dix-Huitieme.) First French edition. 8vo. 188pp (last blank), folding view of Hobart Town follows title-page, large folding map at rear. Contemporary green papered boards, spine title labels (red morocco lettered in gilt); extremities a little rubbed, light marking to spine and lower corners. The edges tinted yellow. Slight spotting along top margin of the folding plate and adjacent few leaves, otherwise a very good clean copy. Scarce. ***Ferguson 903. The first publication in French, the year after the first English edition (Ferguson 861). This edition has a French version of the map which was not bound into in the English volume, and is rarely found with it. .

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        Carte de la Terre de Van Diemen dressee par G.W. Evans arpenteur general d'Hobart-Town 1822

      Paris:. 1823.. Scarce & early map of Van Diemen's Land, now Tasmania. The French edition of this scarce map, also published in a notoriously scarce English edition in 1822. Evans was the surveyor general at the time, and his map is considered the finest of the early post-settlement maps of Van Diemen's Land and the first survey map of the island. Besides the coast, the only inland detail is along the route from Hobart to Launceston, including the outline of land grants. Copper engraved, 45.5 x 57.5 cm plus margins, original folds, some offsetting. Printed on laid paper, watermarked B (heart symbol) R. The lower margin has a damp mark & a small chip, both outside the impression mark. A very nice copy of an extremely scarce map. Tooley p. 204, p. 316, no. 210.

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        Timber Merchant's Guide

      John D. Toy for James Lovegrove, Baltimore 1823 - Contemporary (original) full sheep. (8.5 x 5.5 inches). 24 pp., [89] pp. of letterpress tables, plus 30 hand-colored lithographic plates by Henry Stone after Guillet at rear. Full title reading, "Timber Merchant's Guide. Also a Table, whereby, at one view, may be seen the solid and superficial measure of any square or unequal Hewed Logs or Plank, from one to forty-seven inches. Also, Plates representing the Figures of the principle pieces of timber, used in building a seventy-four Gun Ship of the Line, in standing trees" The second book printed in America illustrated with lithographs and an important record of the use of timber in ship building, as well as forest conservation. The 30 plates illustrates the most economic method of using various tree types to provide the variously shaped and stressed pieces of timber needed in ship building. An unsophisticated copy showing expected general wear to exterior and typical foxing; lacking spine label, joints tender. References: American Imprints 12738; Bennett, American Color Plate Books, p. 67; Bradely Bibliography IV, p. 222; Peters, America on Stone, p. 376 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Age of Bronze; or, Carmen Seculare et Annus Haud Mirabilis

      London: Printed for John Hunt, 1823. . First edition, 8vo, 36 pp. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards, subtle repair to joints, gilt arms of the Society of Writers to the Signet to upper cover with their library label to the paste down. Wise II p. 41.

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      Thomas M'Lean 1823 - 1st 1823. Fine condition with no wrapper. 20 superb hand-coloured aquatints. Oblong format. Magnificent modern binding, three-quarters red morocco, raised bands to spine. Gilt title block to front cover. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Only a very occasional foxspot. A superb copy. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Picturesque Description of North Wales:.

      Thomas M'Lean, 26 Haymarket, London 1823 - Embellished with twenty select views from nature. In attractive modern half red leather with grey blue cloth, title in gilt to original red leather label top center. Spine has raised bands, title and tooling in gilt to green leather label. Internally, new endpapers, letter A in gilt to turn in, original paper title label tipped into fep, half title present, title page has a small repaired tear to front edge, unpaginated, 47 pp, 20 plates of aquatint views, all dated 1822, each with a descriptive leaf, with the plate list which has a small tear at hinge. Oblong 20.5*28cm. Printed at the Columbian Press, by Howlett and Brimmer, 10 Frith St, Soho. (Abbey 525)(OCLC 62186119) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Military and Political Life, Character and Anecdotes of Napoleon Bonaparte from His Origina to His Death on the Rock of Mt. Helena.

      Hartfort; For Chauncey Goodich 1823 - Appendices; Bonaparte's Will; Annual Expenditure etc. Steel-engraved plates. Subjects: Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. France--History--1789-1815. Presentation label to the front pastedown. Scattered marginal foxing. Full contemporary aniline calf professionally and sympathetically respined. Minor panel rubbing. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Scans etc. On request. 1 Kg. 396 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches chimiques sur les corps gras d'origine animale.

      Chez F. G. Levrault (de l'Imprimerie de Cellot),, A Paris, 1823 - In-8° (207x130mm), pp. (4), XVI, 484, (1) di errata, legatura coeva m. pelle marrone con titolo e filetti in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. 3 tabelle ripiegate f.t. e una tav. incisa f.t. Minime fioriture. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione di questa importante monografia sulla chimica dei corpi grassi di origine animale. Lo Chevreul fu il primo a determinare che i grassi sono composti di acidi grassi e glicerolo, facilmente separati dalla saponificazione. "Chevreul’s Recherches is a full account of the chemistry of fats. He had revealed the nature of a large and important class of organic substances and had shown that they were composed of a few chemical species which were amenable to analysis and obeyed the same laws of chemical combination followed by simpler substances in the inorganic realm. The book is a model of complete, exhaustive research in organic chemistry. Few areas of chemistry at this time had been so throughly explored. Although his studies were followed by those of many chemists, who extended the number of fatty acids isolatable from fats and oils, there was no one comparable to Chevreul in this field until Thomas Percy Hilditch, a century later" (D.S.B.). "A classic study of animal fats. Chevreul discovered that fats are composed of fatty acids and glycerol" (Garrison-Morton). Lo Chevreul (Angers, 1786-Parigi, 1789), chimico morto ultracentenario, oltre che per le sue ricerche sugli acidi grassi è celebre per essere stato uno dei pionieri della gerontologia nonché l'inventore delle margarine e per i suoi studi sulla colorazione tessile e sulla luce e il colore. Assistente del Vauquelin al Museo Nazionale di Storia Naturale di Parigi, nel 1830 gli succedette alla cattedra di chimica organica presso lo stesso Museo. Partington, IV, pp. 247-249. Bolton, 365. D.S.B., III, 242-243. Garrison-Morton, 669. En Français dans le Texte, 237: "Il établit que les matières organiques obéissent aux mêmes lois que les composés minéraux". Poggendorff, I, 443. Brunet, I, 1841. Scienziati e tecnologi, I, 306 - 307. "Il principale lavoro di Chevreul si svolse nel campo della chimica organica e nel 1823 pubblicò il risultato di parecchi anni di lavoro sulla teoria della saponificazione. Il lavoro di Chevreul ha fornito la base scientifica ad un' industria la cui espansione era legata all' incremento della produzione di soda". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Pioneers, or the Sources of the Susquehanna;

      New York: E. B. Clayton, for Charles Wiley,, 1823. a descriptive tale. By the author of "Precaution. 2 volumes, duodecimo (181 × 103 mm). Contemporary sheep, boards dyed in imitation of tree calf, smooth spines fully gilt with drawer-handle tools, sun-in-splendour tool at centre, black morocco lettering- and numbering-pieces. Ownership inscription at head of vol. 2 title, the ink slightly spread; unobtrusive American ownership inkstamps to early blank in each vol. Joints and headcaps skilfully restored, paper repair at upper outer margin of first title, probably to remove a messy ownership inscription, sporadic foxing and browning as usual for American books of this date, still a handsome copy. First edition, first printing, of the first of the Leatherstocking Tales, introducing frontiersman Natty Bumppo, preceding the more common London edition. Vol. 1 is the first printing, done by E. B. Clayton, with all the points identified in BAL; vol. 2 is the first printing, first state, with page numeral 329 on the left side of the page.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Five First Editions Including: The Pioneers, or the Source of the Susquehanna; A descriptive Tale; The Last of the Mohicans; The Prairie; The Pathfinder: ot, the Inland Sea; The Deerslayer:or, the First War-Path.

      New-York Published by Charles Wiley 1823 - Uniformly Bound Set of "Leather-Stocking Tales" First Editions COOPER, James Fenimore. [Five First Editions].New York and Philadelphia, 1823-1841. All volumes uniformly bound in full modern mottled calf by Bennett, N.Y. Spines lettered and ruled in gilt. Top edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Housed together in a cloth slipcase. Overall a very good set with just a few minor cases of shelfwear. Ten twelvemo volumes (6 7/8 x 4 3/16 inches; 175 x 106 mm). {Comprising]: The Pioneers, or the Sources of the Susquehanna; A Descriptive Tale. New-York: Published by Charles Wiley, 1823. First edition. Volume I with the Clayton imprint on the title page but with text consistent to the Seymore imprint. First state of volume II with page number 329 on left side. Two sixteenmo volumes. xi, [1, blank], 275, [1, blank]; [2], [5]-329, [1, blank] pp. With half-titles and note on errata in volume II. Front hinge of the first volume expertly repaired. Some dampstaining to the first few pages of each volume. Previous owner's old ink signature on first few pages of volume II. In volume II, page 217, lacking a corner slightly affecting text, and page 228, corner repaired but with no loss of text. Some minor staining throughout volume II. [and]: [COOPER, James Fenimore]. The Last of the Mohicans. A Narrative of 1757. By the Author of "The Pioneers." Philadelphia: H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1826. First edition, first issue with the following issue points: Vol. I: pagination present on page 71, page 89 misnumbered 93, chapter XVI misnumbered XIV and the final "i" is present on page vii, (in some copies it is numbered "vi"; BAL states that "examination suggests that the folio was correctly set and the 'i' may have dropped out during the printing," the sequence of states has not been established). State A of Volume II (sequence of states not determined) with "a Book" in the fifth line of the copyright notice. [i]-xi, [1, blank], 282; [2], 289, [1, blank] pp. Without two blanks. Title -page of volume I has been washed in an attempt to eliminate previous owner's name. Some dark toning to preliminaries. A small streak of a dark brown stain on pages 259-264. Head cap of volume I a bit chipped. Title-page of volume II with a number of small professionally repaired closed tears. Some toning and staining throughout. [and]: [COOPER, James Fenimore]. The Prairie; A Tale. By the Author of The "Pioneers and the Last of the Mohicans." Philadelphia: H.C. Carey & I. Lea, 1827. First American edition. [v]-xi, [1, blank], [13]- 252; [1]-276. Some toning and dampstaining to both volumes, mainly to preliminaries. Some rubbing to the text of the copyright notice in volume I. Some large marginal repairs to title-page and first text page and final of volume II, not affecting text an first two leaves and barely affecting text on last leaf. [and]: [COOPER, James Fenimore]. The Pathfinder: or, The Inland Sea. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1840. First American Edition, first state of volume I with the imprints in the middle of page [2] and no copyright notice. [2, blank], [1-2]3[iv]13-240; [1-2]3-233, [1, blank] pp. (Correct collation.) Without one blank. Title-pages of each volume with dampstaining in an attempt to wash off previous owner's old ink signatures. A bit of minor foxing throughout. [and]: COOPER, James Fenimore. The Deerslayer: or, The First War-Path. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1841. First edition. Two twelvemo volumes. [v], [6]-7,viii-xi[xii]13-267, [1,blank]; [3]4-282 pp. without one blank. Occasional foxing and tex may have been washed. BAL 3829, 3833. Spiller & Blackburn, 3. HBS 65766. $10,000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WORLD IN MINIATURE; THE NETHERLANDS, containing a description of the character, manners, habits, and costumes of the inhabitants of the late Seven United Provinces, Flanders and Brabant

      London: R. Ackermann, [1823]. First edition. Illustrated with eighteen hand colored engravings. 12mo, bound in three-quarter dark tan calf and cloth, spines with gilt decorated Regency style raised bands, gilt lettered on contrasting red and green morocco labels. viiii, Directions to the Binder leaf, 241. A very fine and very handsome copy. A lovely copy, with fine and clear impressions and colouring.

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        Trier's Alterthümer und Umgebungen in 22 pittoresken Ansichten aufgenommen von Hahvich Sohn. Steindruck von J. Susenbeth in Frankfurt am Main.

      Johann Jacob Lintz, Trier, 1823 - Trier, Johann Jacob Lintz 1823. Groß-Folio (63 x 39 cm). 11 Seiten Text, 1 gefalteter Plan, 1 gefaltetes Panorama, 20 lithographierte Ansichten. Blaue Original-Broschur (46 x 30 cm), unbeschnitten. Zusammen mit den Ansichten in einer modernen Halbleder-Klappschatulle. Der Plan mit ergänzten Randschäden, sonst gutes Exemplar. Absolut vollständiges Exemplar mit dem meist fehlenden Plan, der (abweichend zu den Ansichten) bei Müller in Karlsruhe gedruckt wurde. Offenbar war die Auflagenhöhe für diesen wesentlich kleiner, denn es tauchen erheblich mehr Exemplare ohne als mit Plan auf. Alle Blätter sind sogenannte Inkunabeln der Lithographie, siehe Winkler, Frühzeit der deutschen Lithographie, Nr. 307. Vorliegend ein aussergewöhnliches Exemplar, bei dem alle Blätter unter Schrägschnitt-Passepartout montiert und zusammen mit dem Textheft in eine eigens angefertigte Halbleder-Klappschatulle gelegt wurden. Der Plan mit ergänzten Randschäden, sonst gutes Exemplar. Blaue Original-Broschur (46 x 30 cm), unbeschnitten. Zusammen mit den Ansichten in einer modernen Halbleder-Klappschatulle.

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        His Royal Highness The Prince Augustus-Frederick, Duke of Sussex, Earl of Inverness, Baron of Arklow, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Doctor of the Civil Law, Colonel of the Hon. Artillery Company, President of the Society For the Encouragement of ARTS, &c. And Grand Master of the FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS, IN HIS ROBERS OF ESTATE, His Train borne by Major-General OGG

      (London: John Whittaker, 1823. An exquisite portrait of Prince Augustus Frederick attending the coronation of his brother, George the Fourth Augustus Frederick (1773-1843), Duke of Sussex, was the sixth son of George III, and the most popular member of the Royal Family with the British public. Some of his cultural enthusiasms are indicated in Whittaker's gold printed and monumental title: President of the Society of Arts, Grand Master of the Masons and Doctor of Civil Law. He was later President of the Royal Society (1830-38). He lived at Kensington Palace and amassed a great library of 50,000 volumes. In the coronation procession from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey, he was cheered, a response not accorded all the royal brothers by any means. Prince Augustus Frederick married Lady Augusta Murray in 1793, without parental consent, and the marriage was annulled in 1794, though he continued to live with her until 1801. They had two children. In 1831, he married Lady Cecilia Letitia Buggin, again without Royal or Parliamentary consent. The Duke of Sussex was popular with the public in part because of his opposition to slavery and the Corn Laws, his support of Catholic Emancipation and Parliamentary reform, though these views put him in opposition to several of his brothers, including the two that became King, George and William. He was Victoria's favorite uncle and gave her away at her wedding. This plate comes from "Ceremonial of the Coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty, King George the Fourth". A sumptuous volume produced by Westminster bookbinder and printer, John Whittaker, to commemorate George's coronation. Most of the 40 hand-colored and gold printed plates portray the prime participants in the splendid costumes selected by George for the occasion. The Coronation was the most expensive to date, and it signalled the very different role George played as King in the cultural life of England, with his expansions of Buckingham House and Carlton House, his creation of Brighton Pavilion, the great growth of the Royal Collections. All these were expensive, but were projects and acquisitions befitting a nation that had become an empire. John Whittaker's "Ceremonial" was published in 1823. There were 43 folio sets. The titles on all the plates were printed in gold, using a technique Whittaker had devised to print an edition of the Magna Carta in 1815. The illustrations were by James and Francis Stephanoff and engraved by S. W. Reynolds, William Bennett and others. All were color printed and hand-painted, many with gold embellishments. The elaborate gold printed calligraphy is surmounted with a very handsome insignia that combines the three feathers, symbol of the Prince of Wales and the Regalia of the King, including St. Edward's crown, the three swords of state, mottoes and badges of the Royal Orders, beautifully tooled. Hardie, 69-71; The Royal Collection website; "Coronation of George IV" georgianindex. Hand-coloured aquatint with gold embellishments and gold printed engraving on vellum. Some marginal soiling and scattered foxing. Mild creasing typical of vellum.

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        Cruchley's Improved Environs of London. (Cruchley's New and Improved Environs of London, extending 15 to 18 Miles round St. Paul's, on a Scale of Three Quarters of an Inch to a Mile. On which is carefully delineated all the Main & Cross Roads, Foot Paths, & Gentleman's Seats, Parks, Inns. Divisions & Sub-divisions of the counties in Hundreds, &c. &c. &c., . From An Actual Survey). cover title.

      London. Engraved and Published b, July 17th, 1823, - by G.F. Cruchleym Mapper. folding linen backed engraved map in panels, 60x 61cm, mounted on linen and folded to 20.5x 12cm, colour & outline colour, map slightly dust worn, expertly restored and relayed, very good to fine, in the original slipcase which is heavily worn with paper label on the upper cover, very rare ~ With the increase in all means of transportation in the nineteenth century, these convenient folding maps were used by horse riders, wagon drivers, railroad passengers, steamboat voyageurs, etc., etc.

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        The Island, or Christian and His Comrades [bound with] The Author of Junius Discovered in the Person of the Celebrated Earl of Chesterfield, Summary of the Administration of the Indian Government, by the Marquess of Hastings, A View of the Causes and Consequences of the Present War With France

      London: John Hunt, 1823. First edition.. 8vo. (8.5 x 5.5 inches). pp.94 + 1 (advertisement for Hunt's publications). Bound with 3 other works in half calf over marbled boards, rubbed, lacking label to spine. Dealer's pencil marks to title page. O/w clean and bright. Byron's poem is the second of 4 works bound together here: The Author of Junius Discovered in the Person of the Celebrated Earl of Chesterfield, London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1821, pp.124, prelims foxed; Byron, The Island; Summary of the Administration of the Indian Government, by the Marquess of Hastings, London, William Earle, 1824, pp.119; The Honourable Thomas Erskine, A View of the Causes and Consequences of the present War With France, London, J. Debrett, 1797, Eleventh Edition, pp.138, apparently printed on light blue paper. A Very Good copy of the first edition of Byron's poem. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.

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      - Madrid, 1823. 1ª Farmacopea impresa en España. Imprenta Calle de la Greda por D. Cosme Martínez. Pasta española con tejuelo y dorados en lomera. XIV + 403pp + 2 h., 21x16cm. Guardas en papel de agua. Grabado en frontispicio. Muy buen esstado. ( Casa de Raimundo ) MEDICINA

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        Generalkarte der Gefürsteten Grafschaft TYROL nebst Vorarlberg und dem Souverainen Fürstenthume LIECHTENSTEIN.: Von dem K. K. Generalquartiermeisterstabe nach der SpecialKarte reduzirt und gezeichnet im Jahre 1831.

      [S .l.] 1823 - Grande carta del Tirolo composta da 26 fogli ripiegati di varie dimensioni così composti: Umgebungen von Bregenz und Feldkirch;Umgebungen von Elmen, Reutte und Nassreith; Umgebungen von Scharnitz und Telfs; Umgebungen von Kufstein und Schwaz; Umgebungen von Kufstein, St. Johann und Waidring und Erklärung der Zeichen; Umgebungen von Bludenz und Vaduz; Umgebungen von Imst, Landeck und Ried; Umgebungen von Innsbruck und Steinach; Umgebungen von Zell Und Pregarten; Umgebungen von Windisch, Martrey und Gr. Glockner und die Statistische Übersicht; Karte der Gefürsteten Grafschaft; Umgebungen von Nauders, Glurns, und Schlanders;Umgebungen von Sterzing, Brixen, und Meran; Umgebungen von Brunecken und Toblach; Umgebungen von Lienz und Hopfgarten; Umgebungen von Gond, Malè und dem Tonal; Umgebungen von Botzen und Neumarkt; Umgebungen von St. Leonhard und Cortina d Amezzo nebst einem Theile der Höhen Tabelle; Umgebungen von Molveno und Tione; Umgebungen von Trient und Salurn;Umgebungen von Primiero und einem Theile der Höhen Tabelle; Umgebungen von Riva und Roveredo; Umgebungen von Chiesa di Valli Arsa; Blatt zur Übersicht der Special Karte Tyrol und Vorarlberg und dem Souverainen Fürstenthum Liechtenstein. A completamento due grandi carte d’insieme che formano il Grande Tirolo e precisamente Karte O. Tyrol mit Zeichenerklärung e Karte W. Tyrol. Il tutto contenuto in una bella custodia con cofanetto in pelle. Carta di grande fascino e molto rara, non compare sul Tomasi e in altre bibliografie.\r\r Formato: 26 fogli di varie dimensioni ripiegati di carta pesante applicata su tela, custodia con cofanetto in pelle. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo, piccoli difetti alla bross. soprattutto al dorso.

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        The Works of Laurence Sterne in Six Volumes

      Samuel Richards, London 1823 - 12mo. Six volumes. Orignial drab boards, green cloth spines, printed paper labels on spine. Labels worn, else a very nice set in representative contemporary bindings. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mr. Babbage's invention... application of machinery to the purpose of calculating and printing mathematical tables

      1823. <p>[Babbage, Charles.] Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Sessional Papers (1823). Mr. Babbage&#39;s invention. Copies of the correspondence between the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty&#39;s Treasury and the president and council of the Royal Society, relative to an invention of Mr. Babbage. London: House of Commons, 22 May 1823. Disbound. 6 [2]pp. Docket title on verso of last leaf. 337 x 206 mm.</p> <p>Second edition, offprint version. The British government&#39;s reprint of Babbage&#39;s letter to Davy proposing the construction of a Difference Engine. The reprint includes, for the first time, the text of the letters from the Treasury and Royal Society. The government reprint was published both in Volume 15 of the House of Commons&#39; Sessional Papers and as a separate offprint (as above). The two printings can be distinguished by their differing paginations: the Sessional Papers version is paginated 9-16, while the offprint is paginated [1]-6. Van Sinderen 1980, no. 18(n). When we last checked there were no copies of this version cited in OCLC. Origins of Cyberspace 31.

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        Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War, 1775 to 1783, Describing Interesting Events and Transactions of This Period, With Numerous Historical Facts and Anecdotes From the Original Manuscript

      Richardson and Lord, Boston 1823 - Beautiful First Edition of Thacher's Military Journal. Includes an Appendix, Containing Biographical Sketches of Several General Officers. Binding Half Morocco Leather with gilt lettering and bands along spine; marbled boards, endpapers and textblock edge. Easily readable copy. "Query who has got the Bullet 1833 CE" inked on p. 127 next to the description of the discovery and execution of a spy. Top edge of dedication page cut, "London" inked near top edge. Rubbed hinges, small chip at head of spine, moderate edge and corner wear. Marbled boards heavily rubbed, marbled textblock edges faded. Moisture discoloration at top of p. 105-113 and p.482-520. Light to moderate age discoloration and foxing throughout. 603pp., including Contents (Index). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Memoirs of the History of France during the Reign of Napoleon (Four Volumes-Complete) Dictated by the Emperor at Saint Helena to the Generals who Shared his Captivity; and published from the Original Manuscripts Corrected by Himself

      Henry Colburn & Co and Martin Bossange & Co., London 1823 - Four Volumes, Complete. Quarter bound in later red leather over light brown cloth boards. Volume 1 - dictated to General Gourgaud, xiii, (ii), 408, (3-maps) pp. Illustrated with a fold-out facsimile of Napoleon's rough draft of his letter to the Prince Regent, General Gourgaud's Attestation of its authenticity, and a fair copy of Napoleon's Rough Draft, tables illustrative of the Battle of Marengo, and four fold-out maps; Vol. 2 - dictated to General Gourgaud, viii, 395, (5-maps) pp. Illustrated with fold-out facsimile of a page of the manuscript dictated to General Gourgaud, and four fold-out maps; Vol. 3 - dictated to the Count de Montholon, xiii, 423 pp. Illustrated with a fold-out facsimile of a page of the Manuscript written at St. Helena by General Montholon dictated by Napoleon and corrected with his own hand; Vol. 4 - dictated to the Count de Montholon, viii, 483 pp. Illustrated with fold-out facsimile of Napoleon's hand-written Instructions for the Publication of his Memoirs of the War in Italy. An extremely fine and rare copy. . All four volumes fresh and clean, all pages supple and unmarked. This is an extremely fine copy in a later binding. Extremely rare in this wonderful condition. FINE. . Facsimiles and Maps. 8vo 8" - 9" tall. xiii, (ii), 408, (3); pp [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Sir Richard Phillips, 1823. First Edition. 8vo, disbound. 112. A very bright, clean and well preserved copy, partially unopened. RARE. A descriptive account of the author&#146;s experiences as a merchant seaman. Includes some vivid passages about a near-catastrophic gale encountered while sailing from Madras to Cuddalore, and observations on Indian and Chinese cultural practices.<br> &#147;The only edition of this description of a visit to New South Wales in 1818 and one of surprisingly few accounts of a voyage on a convict transport. Cramp explains that the "scarcity of employment in England determined me again to try my fortune abroad". He found a place on the convict transport Tottenham, which struck a reef shortly after leaving Woolwich, and then transferred to the Lady Castlereagh, which at 842 tons was the largest convict ship of its time. Although the descriptions of the two Australian colonies are relatively brief, they are well written and give a good idea of Sydney, Newcastle and Hobart as they appeared to a visitor in the latter years of Macquarie"s governorship. Cramp returned by way of India, since Macquarie had chartered the Lady Castlereagh to transport troops there, but he was again unlucky: he was shipwrecked off India. He eventually reached England in 1821.&#148; See Hordern 2007<br> This volume also contains Count de Forbin&#146;s &#147;Recollections of Sicily&#148;, in which the author extolls the picturesque wonders of Palermo, Syracuse, Mount Etna, and Messina.

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        Elia. Essays Which Appeared Under That Signature In The London Magazine WITH The Last Essays Of Elia. Being A Sequel To Essays Published Under That Name

      Taylor and Hessey & Edward Moxon 1823-1833, London - 341 & 283 pages. First edition, first issue; Fleet Street address in Vol. I, and half title Vol.II. A large portion of Lamb's biography can be taken from the Essays. "His subject was humanity at large, but, in himself, he saw its microcosm. Using his own impressions and recollections as a text for his work, he wrote without a trace of egotism or self-assertion."[see: CHEL p.195]. ASHLEY III, pp.50, 53. GROLIER English 74. Both volumes lack adverts. Exceptional copies, double gilt cover border panels, raised bands, spine panels decorated with gilt floral motifs, elaborate inner dentelles, blue watered silk endpapers. Full late nineteenth century red morocco gilt. Aeg. Fine in fine matching red cloth slipcase. 2 vols. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Taylor & Hessey/Edward Moxon 1823/1833, London - Two volumes bound by Tout & Sons in 3/4 blue morocco leather with gilt-decorated spines with five raised bands, marbled boards, top edge gilt. Second Issue of ELIA and First English Edition of LAST ESSAYS. Bound with half titles but without ads in the first volume. About Fine and attractively bound [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        To His Most Excellent Majesty King George the Fourth This Monument of Art Is, By Permission, Most Respectfully Dedicated By His Majesty&#39;s Dutiful, Obedient Servant & Subject John Whittaker

      London: John Whittaker, 1823. A masterful engraving commemorating the coronation of King George the Fourth "The Ceremonial of the Coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty King George the Fourth" was a sumptuously produced series of engravings by James and Francis Stephanoff under the supervision of John Whittaker portraying the principal participants in that coronation. The coronation itself was the most expensive ever financed by the British people. The Prince of Wales was actively involved in every aspect of the ceremony, including the costumes which derived from Elizabethan and Jacobean times. Of particular interest in this plate is St. Edward&#39;s crown held on a cushion in the gloved hands of the Dean of Westminster, John Ireland. The crown, made of gold and silver, is composed of four half arches that join and are surmounted by a cross. The whole was adorned with 1,213 diamonds, which were hired for the coronation but which were returned in 1823 when Parliament refused to buy them. St. Edward&#39;s crown is now adorned, of course, with the Crown Jewels, which give it quite a different character. The Coronation signalled the very different role George played as King in the cultural life of England, in contrast to previous kings and queens, particularly the Hanoverians. With his expansions of Buckingham House and Carlton House, and the Royal Art Collection, as well as his creation of Brighton Pavilion and the National Portrait Gallery, the great growth of the Royal Collections. All these were expensive, but were projects and acquisitions befitting a nation that had become an empire. John Whittaker&#39;s "Ceremonial" was published in 1823. There were 43 sets. The titles on all the plates were printed in gold, using a technique Whittaker had devised to print an edition of the Magna Carta in 1815. The illustrations were by James and Francis Stephanoff, and engraved (using aquatint and mezzotint) by S. W. Reynolds, William Bennett and others. All were color printed and hand-painted, many with rich, gold embellishment. The elaborate gold printed calligraphy is surmounted with a beautiful insignia comprised of St. Edward&#39;s Crown, various other Regalia, including the three Swords of State, the three ostrich feathers, heraldic badge of the Prince of Wales, and ribbons with the motto of the Prince of Wales: Ich Dien (I Serve) and the motto of the King of Great Britain: Dieu et Mon Droit, all exquisitely tooled. Martin Hardie, 69-71; the Royal Collection website; "Coronation of George IV" georgianindex. Hand-coloured aquatint and gold printed engraving on vellum.

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      Valpy,, Londini 1823 - (Codice AN2016) In 8° 4 volumi, XXVI-596, 464, 600, 288-CLXXXIII pp. Pregevole e stimata edizione (2a accresciuta) con prefazione, note e varie dissertazioni in latino di Gabriel Brotier. Nitida e fresca impressione con eleganti caratteri tipografici. Una tavola genealogica ripiegata al quarto volume e dettagliatissimo indice analitico. Antica dedica a una sguardia bianca, lievi ingialliture. Bellissime legature piena pelle coeva, cornici oro ai piatti, nervetti e scomparti ornati, titoli oro, dentelle, sguardie e 3 tagli d'ogni volume, finemente marmorizzati "a pettine". Etichetta Premio in pelle, cornice e caratteri oro, ad allievo meritevole (1841). Magnifico esemplare. Euro 490 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA ~ Tutti i libri subito disponibili. Descrizioni precise, consegna rapida con imballaggio solido. All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging ~

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        NUOVA RACCOLTA DI CINQUANTA COSTUMI DE' CONTORNI DI ROMA compresi diversi fatti di briganti disegnati ed incisi all'acqua forte. cominciati l'anno 1819 compiti nel 1822. Roma, Presso Gio. Scudellari., 1823.

      - Buona ril. coeva in cart. marezz., dorso e ang. in mz. pelle, titolo e motivi in oro al dorso, cm 28x41, 50 tavv inc. Qualche lieve fiorit. esterna al campo inciso, trascurabili tracce d'uso esterne, peraltro esemplare decisamente buono. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nuova Raccolta di Cinquinta Costumi DE CONTORNI DI ROMA

      presso Gio, scudellari via Condotti, Roma 1823 - Nuova Raccolta di Cinquinta Costumi DE CONTORNI DI ROMA Compresi Diversi Fatti di Brignati - disegnati ed incisi All'acuqa Forte da Bartoloméo PINELLI cominciati L'anno 1819. Compiti nel 1822 Grand ouvrage oblong broché (43 cm x 29 cm) couverture muette papier vert, 50 planches, presso Gio, scudellari via Condotti, Roma 1823 50 planches hors-texte, gravées à l'eau-forte état moyen (mouillures qui affectent les 10 premières planches, [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The WORLD In MINIATURE. AUSTRIA, Containing a Description of the Manners, Customs, Character, and Costumes of the People of that Empire. Illustrated by Thirty-Two Coloured Engravings. In Two Volumes.

      Printed for R. Ackermann, Repository of Arts, Strand. [1823], London: - 32 hand-colored engravings (9 in Volume I, 23 in Volume II). A Very Good set in the quite rare original boards. Original publisher's light blue glazed paper boards, with printed paper title labels 12mo, signed in 6s. 6-14" x 3-3/4". 1st edition. 2 volumes ([2], xii, 161, [1], 18; [2], 200 pp). Volume I with tipped-in slip noting imminent publication [1st of June, 1823] of the Eighth Division [China], followed by advert leaf for the series and, after the text, concludes with an18 page publisher catalogue. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        WORLD IN MINIATURE; THE NETHERLANDS; Containing a Description of the Character, Manners, Habits, and Costumes of the Inhabitants of the Late Seven United Provinces, Flanders, and Brabant

      London R. Ackermann [1823] - First edition. Illustrated with eighteen hand colored engraved plates. 12mo, half cloth over boards, paper label, untrimmed pages, housed in a morocco-backed clam-shell box. ix, 241. A very fine copy, with early ownership inscription and the ex-libris of Estelle Doheny. With fine and clear impressions and colouring. Very scarce in the original boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE ADVENTURES OF JOHNNY NEWCOME IN THE NAVY. A Poem, in four cantos, with notes. The Third Edition

      Published for the Author. London. 1823. THIRD EDITION. Large 8vo. (9.3 x 6.2 inches). Finely illustrated with 20 full page hand coloured aquatints. Occasional areas of light spotting but generally a bright and clean copy throughout. Late 19th century fine leather binding, by Root and Son, of full tan calf. Spine with five raised bands, each with gilt piping. Two burgundy and one green labels, lettered and ruled in gilt. One small area of loss from the title label but not affecting the lettering or gilt border. Compartments double ruled and decorated in gilt. Gilt triple ruled border on both boards with floral corner pieces. Gilt inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Some light rubbing to the edges and corners but still a very good attractive copy of this beautiful book.

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        Handbuch der Wechsel- und der Wechsel-Arbitragen-Rechnungen, für Bankiere, Kaufleute und Contoristen. Enthält 2115 Original-Wechsel- und Wechsel-Arbitragen-Aufsätze, und erklärt die dazu erforderlichen Curs-Zettel. Bearbeitet, und zum bequemen Gebrauche alphabetisch geordnet, von Johann Wenzel Suchanek, Prager bürgerlichem Kauf- und Handelsmanne, und mit Erläuterungen begleitet von Johann Michael Leuchs.

      Im Verlag des Contors der Handlungs-Zeitung., Nürnberg. 1823 - Nürnberg. Im Verlag des Contors der Handlungs-Zeitung. 1823. 8°. XX, 524 S. Pappband der Zeit mit Papierrückenschild. Erste Ausgabe. - Stockfleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Pappband der Zeit mit Papierrückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Saggio intorno alla scultura dei greci.

      tip. di Giulio Ferrario,, Milano, 1823 - Cm. 38, pp. (8) 33 (3). Con una figura al centr del frontespizio e 5 belle tavole all'acquatinta fuori testo (tra cui l'antiporta in fine coloritura coeva). Legatura orig. in cart. rigido azzurro decorato. Qualche segno d'uso alla legatura ed una traccia d'antica umidità ad una porzione del piatto anteriore. Esemplare peraltro genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Edizione originale ed unica, pubblicata in soli 30 esemplari. La trattazione dell'opera è dedicata alla scultura presso i greci. Raro. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE CHEST, in which they are described according to their Anatomical Characters

      Philadelphia: James Webster. Recent professional re-bind in full calf with morocco label. 1823. hb. Small 8vo, pp. viii, 319. This is the first American edition. All eight copper plate engravings are present and in very good condition. . The title continues: "...and their Diagnosis Established on a new Principle by means of Acoustick Instruments. With Plates." Rene Theophile Hyacinthe Laennec (1781-1826) is, according to G&M #3219, "...remembered for his invention of the stethoscope and for his book on auscultation ("De L&#39;auscultation mediate", first published in Paris, 1819, see G&M #2673). Garrison considers the latter as the foundation stone of modern knowledge of diseases of the chest. Laennec died of tuberculosis. This book is divided into two parts: Pathology and Diagnosis, followed by an Appendix, Notes, and Explanation of the Plates. The craftsmanship of the binder in re-binding this scarce title, from the original shabby, and well-worn boards, is impressive. The spine is in compartments, bordered by gilt rules, and with the author&#39;s name and the title of the book stamped in gilt on a morocco spine label. The binder has created new complimentary marbled endpapers. The contents show occasional foxing, and slight age-toning. Overall, a most handsome book in a fine presentation. .

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        and Library of the Useful Arts A new edition enlarged London, F C & J Rivington, 1821 Mit 74 Holzstichtafeln, mit Berufsdarstellungen VIII, 374 S Ldr d Zt mit sparsamen Goldlinien und dunkelrotem Rückenschild; Vorderdeckel mit blingeprägtem Bibliotheksvermerk; hinteres Gelenk oben etwas aufgeplatzt

      - Mit schönen Darstellungen von Apotheker, Bäcker, Brauer, Buchdrucker, Buchbinder, Buchhändler, Chemiker, Dreher, Friseur, Glasbläser, Gärtner, Juwelier, Kaufmann, Optiker, Papiermacher, Schmied, Schneider, Schuster, Tischler, Töpfer, Uhrmacher, Wagner. Wie in allen uns bekannten Vergleichsexemplaren sind die Beiträge Attorney, Destiller, Gun-maker, Looking-glass-maker und Needle-maker nicht illustriert, dagegen gibt es eine Tafel "Waterman" (Bootsführer) ohne zugehörenden Text. - Leicht braunfleckig. Vortitel, Titel u. Frontispiz rückseitig mit handschriftl., 1823 datiertem Eintrag einer Lucy Shaw. Insgesamt hübsches Exemplar.

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        Storia delle campagne e degli assedi degl'italiani in Ispagna, dal MDCCCVIII al MDCCCXIII corredata di plani e carte topografiche.

      dall'Imperiale Regia Stamperia,, Milan: 1823 - 308 páginas. 2 hojas y 355 páginas. 3 hojas y 343 páginas. Atlas con gran mapa de Catalunya y 15 mapas y vistas, todos dibujados por Vacani y grabados por Bordiga y Antonini. Los cuatro tomos en holandesa media piel y puntas moderna con nervios en el lomo. Palau 346628. Edición original de la obra más importante publicada en Italia sobre la Guerra contra Napoleón. Muy raro. El atlas comprende: Portada (montada sobre la guarda) Atlante Topografico-Militare per servire alla storia.Carte generalle delle Espagne. (78 x 53 cm.)Carta militare della Catalogna. (76 x 56 cm.)Carta dei contorni di Barcelona. (40 x 57,5 cm.)Carta dei contorni di Tarragona. (40 x 57 cm.)Carta dei contorni di Sagunto. (39,5 x 56,5 cm.)Carta dei contorni di Valenza. (39,5 x 57 cm.)Piano della fortezza di Rosas. (39,5 x 56 cm.)Piano della città di Zaragoza. (39,5 x 57,5 cm.)Piano della città di Gerona. (41 x 58,5 cm.)Piano del forte di Hostalrich. (40 x 57,5 cm.)Piano de St. Feliu de Quixols en Catalogna. Piano di Palamos. Piano di Tosa. Piano di Bagur. (39,5 x 57,5 cm.)Piano della città di Tortosa. (40,5 x 57,5 cm.)Piano della città di Tarragona. (40 x 56,5 cm.)Piano della fortezza di Figueras. (39,5 x 56,5 cm.)Piano della città di Bilbao. (39,5 x 56,5 cm.)Piano di Lerida in Catalogna. Piano di Burgos in Castiglia. Piano di Peniscola nel Reg. de Valenza. Piano di Castro sull'Oceano Cantabrico. (39,5 x 56 cm.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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